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Neither the pattern of angina pectoris nor the response to nitroglycerin was dependent upon the coexistence of significant coronary artery disease. In patients with aortic stenosis, there was not ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L L Basta, D Raines, S Najjar, J M Kioschos

Date : 01/02/1975
Heart

Stepwise regression analysis of the small pressure difference between the two methods showed that it could not be explained by age, sex, stroke volume, differences in heart rate, ejection fraction, ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R Danielsen, J E Nordrehaug, L Stangeland, H Vik-Mo

Date : 01/05/1988
Heart

To determine the frequency of atrioventricular conduction disturbances in aortic valve disease, 26 consecutive patients (age 54 +/- 2 years) with symptomatic aortic valve disease were studied by His ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H S Friedman, Q Zaman, J I Haft, S Melendez

Date : 01/08/1978
Heart

The prevalence of significant coronary artery disease (reduction in luminal diameter by more than 50%) among 88 consecutive patients with aortic stenosis requiring aortic valve replacement at ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, N Exadactylos, D D Sugrue, C M Oakley

Date : 01/02/1984
Heart

DESIGN The distribution of one polymorphism of the vitamin D receptor (BsmI B/b) was examined in 100 consecutive patients with calcific valvar aortic stenosis and compared with a control group of 100 ...

Heart, Cardiovascular medicine, J R Ortlepp, R Hoffmann, F Ohme, J Lauscher, F Bleckmann, P Hanrath

Date : 01/06/2001
Eurointervention

Myocardial injury, defined according to the Valve Academic Research Consortium (VARC)-2 as post-TAVI troponin >15x the upper limit of normal, occurred in 338 patients (58.1%). While myocardial ...

Date : 06/05/2016 Item size : 31443 bytes
Epeuropace

From 50 consecutive patients enrolled in the study (mean age 80 ± 6 years, 46% men), 17 (34%) experienced an AV block with subsequent requirement of a permanent PM [16 of 36 (44.4%) with CoreValve ...

Europace, Short Communication, Damir Erkapic, Won K. Kim, Michael Weber, Helge Möllmann, Alexander Berkowitsch, Sergey Zaltsberg, Dmitri J. Pajitnev, Johannes Rixe, Thomas Neumann, Malte Kuniss, ...

Date : 01/08/2010
Ehjournal

Over the last 22 years (196586), the 30-day mortality rate (30-DMR) after valve replacement for primary or predominant aortic stenosis (AS, N = 690) fell from 20.0% for the first 100 consecutive ...

European Heart Journal, LUND, O., PILEGAARD, H., NIELSEN, T. T., KNUDSEN, M. A., MAGNUSSEN, K.

Date : 01/03/1991 Item size : 105059 bytes
Ehjournal

Over the last 22 years (196586), the 30-day mortality rate (30-DMR) after valve replacement for primary or predominant aortic stenosis (AS, N = 690) fell from 20.0% for the first 100 consecutive ...

European Heart Journal, LUND, O., PILEGAARD, H., NIELSEN, T. T., KNUDSEN, M. A., MAGNUSSEN, K.

Date : 01/03/1991 Item size : 120255 bytes
Escardio

A Canadian study reported in 641 consecutive patients that female sex is associated with a better long-term and short-term survival after TAVI.1 An Italian study of 305 high risk patients found no ...

Date : 02/09/2013